Expired UAE Law on Combating Cybercrimes | Online Training | 24 January 2023 | 09:30AM to 11:30AM (Gulf Standard Time)
Attend and earn 2 CLPD Accredited Points!
Federal Decree-Law No. 34/2021 on Combating Rumours and Cybercrimes took effect on 2 January 2022. The ever-increasing digitisation of businesses has led to a soaring increase in such crimes over the past decade. As a result, “Cyber Law”, which refers to any form of law, legislation or regulation that applies to the internet and its related technologies, has become one of the most important and rapidly growing areas of the law. According to the National Cyber Security Strategy published by the UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority in June 2019, the number of global Cyber security incidents doubled between 2016 and 2017. Each incident costs an average of USD 3.9 million, thereby leading to an annual global cost of USD 608 billion.
Join LexisNexis Middle East and Afridi & Angell and the DIFC Academy for a training session on UAE law on Combating Cybercrimes where we will look at:
- The UAE’s current approach to tackling the threat of Cybercrime ( Federal Decree-Law No. 34/2021).
Chatura Randeniya, Partner, Afridi & Angell (Dubai, UAE)
UAE Law on Combating Cybercrimes
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM